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Jalipaz Nelson of Audioconfusion Explains How A Ferret Made Him Settle in Arizona

4 years ago by David Accomazzo
The music scene doesn't happen on its own. What we see on the surface is the result of passionate people behind the scenes, writing, creating, organizing, promoting, and working tirelessly to bring music to the venues, bars, and houses of Metro Phoenix. We will look at 25 here, some familiar,...
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Former Phoenician Tristan Jemsek's Dogbreth Lay on the Sentimental Noise

1 year ago by Ashley Naftule
They may have the only Stereogum Premiere track with a Christown Mall namecheck.
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Ward Reeder Is One of the Best Drummers in the Valley

2 years ago by Tom Reardon
New Times talks with the prolific percussionist.
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Hey Phoenix Bands, Here's How to Get Involved with When in AZ Volume 2

3 years ago by Meagan Mastriani
For starters, organizers are seeking submissions now.
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Nicolas Kizer Just Released What Might Be the Largest Compilation of Arizona Music Ever

3 years ago by Henri Benard
"We thought it would be a cool community builder to do a compilation of cover songs from local artists covering each other."
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Citrus Clouds Make Music for the Happiest and Saddest Parts of Life

3 years ago by Meagan Mastriani
Recording their latest album pushed the band to the limits.
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A Field Guide to Recording Music in Metro Phoenix

3 years ago by Amy Young
If you’re thinking about laying down some tracks here in metro Phoenix, there are several recording studios to choose from.
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A Claire Slattery on the Music Scene's Organizational Gaps and the Importance of Community Art

4 years ago by David Accomazzo
The music world doesn't happen on its own. What we see on the surface is the result of passionate people behind the scenes, writing, creating, organizing, promoting, and working tirelessly to bring music to the venues, bars, and houses of Metro Phoenix. We will look at 25 here, some familiar,...
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Diners’ Tyler Broderick Talks Nostalgia, Journals, and Beach Boys

4 years ago by David Accomazzo
The title of the lead single off Diners’ new album three, called “Fifteen On A Skateboard,” telegraphs what the song is about, at least on the surface. The song begins with some audio of skate wheels on pavement, and as the chorus hits, brimming with warm, hazy nostalgia, singer Tyler...

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